Best wishes to Bob Bryson in his retirement! Bob has worked, learned, grown, experienced and helped with shaping Pressure Kleen Services into the professional service company we are today.
Within days of immigrating to Canada with his wife and young son, Bob Bryson was part of Pressure Kleen Services – after meeting founder Edgar Doherty in a restaurant in 1975. In quick order, Bob was set up with a truck, wand and pressure hose in our small but established family-owned mobile wash company. Bob did it all, from truck washing to underground garages to garbage chutes to graffiti removal to commercial kitchen exhaust systems. Bob drove power-sweepers, cube trucks, panel vans, pick-ups, five-tons, aerial lifts, forklifts….and even the boss’s car on occasion. He’s been up to his elbows (and further!) in garbage, dust, dirt, grease, water and paint on many, many (many) occasions. Bob acted as a mentor for hundreds of young, up-and-comer mobile wash technicians, imparting his experience and advice in the capacity of co-worker and supervisor – and has a library of stories to go along with his experiences. Bob is looking forward to more time with his family, namely his grandchildren who, by all ‘Poppy’ stories, are a rough-and-ready bunch bent on keeping Bob active in his retirement. Congratulations on your retirement, Bob! Thanks for everything, we miss you already.